Some people are more susceptible to hypnosis than others. In this article, we will find out precisely what makes a person easy or hard to hypnotize.
I used to be terrified of public speaking - now it's natural and fun.
Ernest Ropiequet "Jack" Hilgard was an American psychologist who proposed that a subject under hypnosis might witness a source of pain without actually feeling it.
Hypnosis and meditation seem similar, but in actuality, they're not! Millions of people worldwide rely on these practices to control their anxiety, stress, and depression.
Shy people instinctively know that they are missing out. Shyness equals lost opportunities, less pleasure and fewer social connections. Shyness can be crippling but there are tried and tested ways to make it a thing of the past.
For too long hypnosis has had a bad or 'difficult' press. If a person doesn't understand something they have 3 options open to them.
The same is true if you want to hypnotize your audience when presenting. First, you need to inspire confidence in them, and to do that you need to be free of anxiety.
Hypnosis Facts and Fictions - Is hypnosis safe? This is a question with a great deal of controversy. The truth of the matter is that there are several factors to consider.
I picked up 'Meditation For Beginners' pre-quarantine as a "yeah - I'll get round to that book," I'm glad I did. The chapters were simple and short; there is no heavy reading.
Today hypnosis is becoming more and more popular. I'm sure this is a testament to many studies that have outlined the beneficial applications of hypnosis and its associated hypnosis techniques.